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  • Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

    http://iranianfacebook.com/category/...#1606;ی/

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    Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

    yes excellent one, it also shows the truth about Azerbaijan
    "My Ideal Woman Should Be A Girl From Armenian Family/ Armenian Family Daughter, Undoubtedly My Wife MUST Be An ARMENIAN" (Աւետիք Աբրահամեան)

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      Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

      Attached: Armenian women from the village of Boloran, Fereydan (Isfahan Province) in the 1960s.
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        Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

        Kinda tangential but thought this was worth sharing anyway...

        Attached: A battle painting of Fath 'Ali Shah's Victory over the Russians at Yerevan. Mirza Baba. Iran, 1804-1810. Oil on canvas, 9 by 5,1/2 meters. Iran Bastan Museum (Archaeological Museum), Tehran.

        See also the following journal article...

        Layla S. Diba, Making History: A Monumental Battle Painting of the Perso-Russian Wars,- Artibus Asiae, Vol. 66, No. 2, Pearls from Water. Rubies from Stone. Studies inIslamic Art in Honor of Priscilla Soucek. Part I (2006), pp. 97-110 http://www.jstor.org/stable/25261857
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          Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

          Originally posted by TomServo View Post
          Kinda tangential but thought this was worth sharing anyway...

          Attached: A battle painting of Fath 'Ali Shah's Victory over the Russians at Yerevan. Mirza Baba. Iran, 1804-1810. Oil on canvas, 9 by 5,1/2 meters. Iran Bastan Museum (Archaeological Museum), Tehran.

          See also the following journal article...

          Layla S. Diba, Making History: A Monumental Battle Painting of the Perso-Russian Wars,- Artibus Asiae, Vol. 66, No. 2, Pearls from Water. Rubies from Stone. Studies inIslamic Art in Honor of Priscilla Soucek. Part I (2006), pp. 97-110 http://www.jstor.org/stable/25261857
          This was where it came from?

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            Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

            The article says that "the work is said to have been transferred from the Ethnography Museum of the Golestān Palace."

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              Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

              And another.

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                Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

                Originally posted by TomServo View Post
                The article says that "the work is said to have been transferred from the Ethnography Museum of the Golestān Palace."
                I'm only able to read the first page of the article, and I noticed that in footnote 5 it mentions the Yerevan palace.
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                  Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

                  Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
                  This was where it came from?

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                  The Sovietization of Yerevan seems to have been an extremely destructive affair (at least for the older structures). But what's changed?

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                    Re: Nice thread about Armenians in Iran

                    Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
                    I'm only able to read the first page of the article, and I noticed that in footnote 5 it mentions the Yerevan palace.
                    Right, but on the very next page the author writes, "Perhaps the most impressive [painting] of the group, by virtue of its size alone, is a painting of 9 by 5 meters depicting A Battle of Fatḥ ʿAlī Shāh with the Russians in the Irān Bāstān Museum (Archaeological Museum) in Tehran." This is the work that I attached and which she says was transferred from the Ethnography Museum. Perhaps its original location was the Yerevan palace?

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